Isabella Pizarro


Bella Pizarro

Feminist, Author, Survivor Of Domestic Violence
The things I've gained and lost I bring to you in poetic form and inspirational quotes of my own, through my books My Autobiography "URBAN LYRICS" & My Spoken Words "BELLAOLOGY 101".
I learned to love my self in a battle with my own being and rise above my scars and imperfections. And learn to love who I am in my core not my shell. I have embraced my flaws and all, and grew a NEW LOVE OF THE WOMAN I ONCE WAS.
I bring to light what others are ashamed to show you Because, it's hidden behind a mask, That most of us are afraid to expose.

Without a mask on to survive reality
How does one survive?
And with One on...How does one survive with What You Have Become??
Bella Pizarro

Empowering the minds of our young Men & Women. Domestic violence nor these streets have a sex or color, I am here to guide you from My own life experiences. I didn't have guidance in my life the streets played that part, My self worth domestic violence killed that inner peace. I have come along way to know my worth and my climb was a rough one. And, with these Books I am releasing I am aiming to save a life.
Please feel free to contact me with any questions.

Smashwords Interview

What inspires you to get out of bed each day?
What inspires me to get out of bed each morning.....Is the ability to WALK
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
The first story I ever wrote was the first time my heart was shattered. I found out my soul was on paper and someone will hear it one day.
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Where to find Isabella Pizarro online


Urban Lyrics
Price: $10.00 USD. Words: 49,780. Language: English. Published: April 29, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Biography » Woman biographies, Nonfiction » Relationships and Family » Abuse / domestic partner abuse
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"Without a mask on to survive reality How does one survive? And with One on...How does one survive with What You Have Become??" "My Prints of Guilt & lies in the souls I silently spilled after chanting a lullaby" "Not what you think I am but, what I know I am" Society will never unveil the cries of truth outside of the hood I bring you My Story…MY URBAN LYRICS.

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